Opportunities for a just transition
British Social Attitudes found public expectations of government are at a record high, but why?
Transitioning the Travel Diary from Paper to Web in the National Travel Survey: Insights from the Pilot Study
The National Travel Survey is the primary source of data to monitor personal travel trends and inform travel policies in England.
More than our experiences: What enclave deliberation teaches us about researching those marginalised from power – and everyone else
Reflections on how to best support those marginalised from decision-making to deliberate on policies that affect their lives.
Findings from the European Social Survey show how attitudes towards immigration in Britain are changing.
The survey is often referred to as the ‘gold standard’ of attitudinal research, but what does this mean and why is the methodology so important?
We produced a report for Phoenix Insights using secondary analysis of British Social Attitudes data.
Findings from British Social Attitudes 40
Social survey data collection in the UK, like other countries, faces some complex challenges.
Insights and reflections on how a range of foresight techniques may guide efforts concerning democracy in the United States and the United Kingdom.